April 2015 Honduras Coup update

April 2015 Honduras coup update


News of political persecution from April 2015


Stabbed to death – partner of Tolupán community leader who defends territory against mines.


March 2015 Honduras coup update - during high school students strikes: 4 students assassinated, another 4 disappeared

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March 2015 Honduras coup update


The return of death squads terrorising and killing high school students protesting.


Millions of children instructed in Nazi eugenics techniques, from the Royal Society for Arts

The ‘Opening Minds’ Science curriculum (established by the Royal Society for the Arts) is clearly instructing children in eugenics techniques. The Royal Society for the Arts has as president the Princess Royal (who has taken over from Prince Philip) and patron the queen.

Eugenics is about selective human breeding, and includes measuring and assessing human beings and placing them in a hierarchy of ‘good’ and ‘not so good’(these words good/not so good are used in the school curriculum). In Nazi Germany this led to the extermination of millions considered ‘undesirable’.


Real Solutions for Addiction

A drug addict will try by all means to blame others (it is the nature of addiction).

One of the most frustrating aspects of addiction is the effort of the drug addict to blame somebody else for his problems.
Loosing of jobs, broken marriages, arrests, illnesses, bankruptcies, injuries and the addiction itself, all of these is somebody else’s fault. Do not go into the tap of believing the large list of stories about how other people caused the problems that the drug addict has.


WGAR News: Aboriginal organisations to put communities back in control: NACCHO Aboriginal health news

Newsletter date: 9 November 2013


* NACCHO Aboriginal health news: Aboriginal organisations to put communities back in control
* Tracker: Aboriginal organisations to lead the way

* SNAICC Campaign: Early Years Postcard - Make your voice heard
* SBS Living Black Radio: Panyappi - Your Brother Your Sister

* SNAICC News: Launch of Knowledge Circle - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child and Family Resources Portal
* SNAICC News: The challenges and benefits of kinship care
* Background to 'Keeping Them Home': Campaign against Forced Aboriginal Adoption in the NT

Where is educational attainment in paradise heading ?

It is widely believed that education is a distinct human necessity, whether it is formal or informal, education in itself is universally a basic human right alongside food, shelter, and the prerequisites of humans fundamentally worldwide in egalitarian societies.
Education unlocks the innate potential of citizens in nations,more so in developing nations spanning to Africa and South East Asia and many other nations around the globe.

Open letter: whose university is University of Sydney?

Open letter: whose university is University of Sydney?


I am one of the community members arrested at the first day of the 48 hours strike of the University of Sydney workers. I am now indefinitely banned by a university board from the university, after closely filming the assaults against my friends and others in the community who participated in the strike, and being arrested and assaulted myself by police. This is not an allegation, it is a truth.

The questions I want to ask are:


Electric vehicles powering in Australia - Canberra fest this weekend

Media Release - 30.11.2012 - please circulate widely.


International Electric Vehicle Festival comes to Canberra CBD

The International Electric Vehicle Festival will be held in downtown Canberra in City Walk (Civic) next to the merry-go-round on December 1st 2012, demonstrating the potential for these vehicles to be sustainable transport options.


Baillieu government funds new prisons while slashing public TAFE education

Angry TAFE teachers and students attended a rally today to protest the massive cuts to TAFE vocational education and training in the Victorian Budget handed down on May 1, 2012. The implications of massive defunding is a softening up of the public TAFE institutes for privatisation. The budget cuts will mean substantial redundancies of teachers, especially in smaller regional TAFE institutes, a major increase in course fees, and loss of subsidiary student services such as study skills assistance, library services and counselling.

Flickr Photos: Takver, NTEUvic, Thomas Lim | TAFE4All Facebook Album | Tafe4all
Youtube Videos: Mary Bluett, Colin Long, Brian Boyd, student perspective